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. and gold, down $15. okay, 1744 on gold. to nicole, hasbro in the news why? >> well, this is all about toys. goldman sachs this morning, stuart, comes out and really puts a cautious on the toy sector overall, just and the reason why they're saying that is that the holiday shopping season is gearing up, that they're seeing accelerating declines per capita and to spending. and folks aren't spending as much on toys and what's going on here, they put a sell rating on hasbro, a price target of 32 bucks from $34 and lowered mattel as well. in one area that did well for boys, well, that's been coming off as well. so, the big picture here is toys are not so hot for the holiday season according to goldman sachs. and also, we've talked about sprint, and guess what the two big losers are in the dow jones industrial average today? verizon and at&t. well, we can't go ahead and make a direct correlation between good news for sprint, bad news for the other guys, we can say that those names have been under pressure and continue to be under pressure again. the biggest two losers in the dow, at&t and verizon
. >> okay, you cannot get a costume for halloween, big bird, because of the hysteria, hasbro, because of their... they can be selling these all day long, up 20% a year, definitely. >> you are so cute. tobin, a bull or bear. >> you talked about a gag for this and the egg color will not be golden. >> throw it around. >> i'm not throwing him anywhere. >> you know what? the letter of the day is "c" for cavuto, cavuto on business, up next. ♪ >> neil: finally the president focusing on the $16 trillion debt, one problem, he's not our president. this president. i'm neil cavuto and ahead of the final foreign policy debate, fox on top of the nut cracking a number and maybe he has our number. iran's president questioning how long america can remain the world's number one power, with such massive debt. so, if he is getting it and reminding the world about it, what are we going to
, you cannot get a costume for halloween, big bird, because of the hyeria, hasbro, because of their... they can be sellinthese all day long,p 20% year, definitely. >> you a so cute. tobin, a bull or bear. >> you talked ou
for the return of the f up rby. hasbro updated the ipad app allowing kids to engage alter the mood. do you remember the first run. furby. >> i do. >> does that not scare you? >> yeah that one scares me more. check out what's going on at the airport. we have partly cloudy skies. temperatures at 50 and reduced visible. patchy fog and if you are traveling to the airport. take it easy on the roadways. those winds out of the west and sunrise at 7:03 as it continues to get later and later. patchy fog will continue to be the the bus stop and we will deal with chilly temperatures this afternoon and a sun cloud mix and clouds out there. temperatures at 72 but if we get more cloud cover the temperature will be held down. take the jacket this morning and this afternoon. let's check the abc2 timesaver traffic with lauren cook. >> reporter: good morning. fog is certainly going to be an on 95 if you are heading to bwi airport this morning. it will be nice and clear if you are traveling northbound up to 695 as well. and everything will remain up to speed through the fort mchenry tunnel and harbor tunnel
.c. dagen: it is quarter past the hour, stocks now an every 15 minutes. hasbro down, big-time. nicole? nicole: big-time, this is a big toy story that we're looking at here, dagen and connell. looking at hasbro which is weighing on the s&p 500. this on a downgrade from goldman sachs. putting it at a sell rating, and basically saying that the holiday season is upon us and the accelerating area which were the boys toys, that growth has decelerated. as a result, they have put a cautionary tone on the entire group. and so downgrading and cutting the price targets on both hasbro and mattel as well. let's take a look here at the dow, the nasdaq, and the s&p as we noted, the dow right now, it's up about 1/4 of 1%. the nasdaq is back in the green. we were noting we hadn't seen seven days of selli ining basic 11 months. euro zone, obviously that crisis was raging and before that back in 08, during the financial crisis. we will see if the nasdaq squeezes out a gain today. back to you. >> thanks. connell: looking at the battleground states we talk about all the time, on this map we have highlight
. interesting for the stock market, you're looking at one big name, that is hasbro. lauren: yes, hasbro shares are up nicely today about 2% right now. they're making toys and games with the chinese company agreeing to a joint venture with alpha animation. the focus is on blazing teens, a popular show with a play yo-yo and everything else. a good day for hasbro. today is not a good day overall for the market so the nasdaq is testing the largest streak. the dow down five points now down for five days in a row and likeness of a couple of minutes ago, this is the worst week since early june. really this is just one of those weeks we would like to forget about. so back to you guys. dennis: four down days on the dow. last night's vice presidential debate can affect far more than just politics even touching on prices in petroleum and pork belly. jeff flock at the cne with a lowdown on the debates affect on commodity and which candidate those traders say have the edge. >> it is interesting if you thought the debate was a draw, that is why the commodity markets today are a draw essentially. if you put
hilfiger parent p.v.h. all fell at least 1.5% percent. hasbro, the maker of >> reportedetter than pected third-quarter profits, im3r06ing u.s. margins and higher sales in australia helped offset price declines. but shares of another miner, gets 1.5% to $40 a share. third quarter profits fell sharply, due to a big drop in gold production in indonesia. two mergers in the news today, first, toyota industries buying u.s. parts maker cascade in a $759 million deal. this toyota, is the big japanese transportation equipment company, and the sister company of toyota, the automaker. that dealent shares of caade soaring 18%. now for the other merger, genealogy website ancestry.com has agreed to be acquired by an investor group led by european private-equity firm pewrmira. the price tag is about $1.5 billion, or $32 a share. the stock settled just shy of the buyout price. among the day's big decliners: monster beverage. it plunged a monstrous 14%. the f.d.a. has reportedly been asked to look into five deaths that may have occurred from consing too much caffeine from its energy drinks. now a story f
following a disappointing earnings for companies including hasbro the half court. it is a big week for silicon valley. microsoft and apple are both watching hoproducts for the holiday season. >> tech lovers are buzzing for apple's rumored even to unveil the ipad mini. industry expectations vary for the two products. the rumor mill is turning the speculation about apple's latest gadget. all we know for sure is that the company is holding an event in california at 1:00 p.m. eastern time. analysts prediclss$249 has [ male announcer ] citibank's app for ipad makes it easy for anne to manage her finances when she's on the go. even when she's not going anywhere. citibank for ipad. easier banking. standard at citibank. helps him deposit his checks. jay also like it when mother nature helps him wash his car. mother nature's cool like that. mobile check deposit. easier banking. standard at citibank. >> the san francisco giants have just one game 7 of the national league championship series at home in front of the home crowd at at&t park and the fireworks are going off. san francisco is cele
, wieghed down by lower prices on coal. still, the company beat wall street estimates. toymaker hasbro also came in better-than-expected, but says its numbers were hurt by weakness in toys for boys and the stronger dollar. nissan's number one selling sedan is being recalled. u.s. safety regulators say bolts in the power steering of nissan altimas were not tightened properly at the nissan plant in canton, mississippi, and could shake loose causing a possible crash. nearly 14,000 altimas, model years 2012 and 2013, are being recalled. nissan admits an unspecified number of accidents have been linked to the loose steering bolts. the maker of famous london taxis may be running out of money. manganese bronze holdings, which manfactures the cabs, admits efforts to secure funding to keep the company rolling have proved unsuccessful. just last week some of its cabs were recalled over a steering problem. the london cab company is now trying to repair its reputation, presumably before it's up for sale. still to come, print media continues to struggle with finding a direction for the future of journa
their shares to the outperform rating from perform. look at toymaker hasbro. the holiday season it turns out goldman sachs is not so hot on this sector including mattel. being more cautious and neutral putting the celebrating on hasbro in particular that the spending per-capita people will spend less per person. and acceleration of boys' toys is dwindling. lori: the trade war heating up between the u.s. and china? we need to be concerned about doing business here? gordon chang worked in china for almost two decades he is here next. ashley: how was the dollar moving now? zero is down slightly. the pound is expensive. we will be right back. sometimes investing opportunities are hard to spot. you have to dig a little. fidelity's etf market tracker shows you the big cture on how different asset classes are performing, and it lets you go in for a closer look at areas within a class or sector that may be bucking a larger trend. i'm stephen hett of fidelity investments. the etf market tracker is one more innovative reason serious investors are choosing fidelity. get 200 free trades today and exple
.38. the nasdaq up 111. the was a disappointing batch of earnings including hasbro for some companies. >> not to politics the battle isboca raton and the 2012 debates are history. >> that poll gives the event that good mor ning the time is 4:15 a.m. scientists are saying that a 2 in. rock that hit a home in novato is a chunk of the meteor that lit up the skies in california last week. lisa weber said she heard something strange hit her roof on wednesday night. she did not bother to look for it until she read that the media could be somewhere in her area. after searching her backyard weber found a tiny gray rock on saturday. she says her neighbor's son used a magnet on the rock and a to just stuck together. what a cool fine. >> the time now for 3:00 p.m. on your tuesday morning we are tracking a storm to start off your day. he is a look at your whether in traffic with erica. >> the storm trackers 4 dry for the majority of the bay earea. a lot of this wet weather has pushed his way through to the central valley still dealing with residual showers moderate at time for milpitas, sunnyvale
-- disguise.com, check it out for costumes. hasbro is creating costumes, as well. really fun. >> looks comfortable. >> now, myrda, so popular, this my daughter. at disney store you can find beautiful exclusive costumes that look like ballroom gowns. jewel is dressed as an evil queen from snow white. this year you'll find the old characters we love and the game of operation is a costume. isn't that dispute for the ladies, disguise.com has amazing costumes for girls, gals, 'tweens and adults. >> if you want to bargain with your kids, what do you do? >> trade the bag of candy for a cool halloween toy. i love this. you're driving a scarab. they're microbiotics for kids. doctor dreadful, kids can make their own gross gummy candy, aliens, intestines. to them, it's hysterical, they make their own candy inside of these molds. lego, a favorite in every house. this is halloween themed with monsters and trains and airplanes but all creepy and glow in the dark and monster hide. this is the new high school, it mocks the high school they'll about and see in the cool videos online. what i love about
to businesses. but mostly forget hasbro and mattel, because polaris makes some of the coolest toys imaginable. i think it's worth knowing that last thursday they reported an absolutely blowout quarter. polaris delivered a 13 cent earnings beat off, company revenues came in higher than expected rising more than 20% year-over-year. they raise guidance handily for the full year. snowmobiles in particular up 21%. on-road vehicles which are mainly motorcycles up 78% year-over-year. and the way i see it, you don't sell that many snowmobiles and motorcycles unless the high-end consumer is doing okay. now polaris is building out its international business and in the last quarter asia-pacific and latin america posted solid double growth. the stock is giving a 32% return since they first recommended at the end of january, though they pulled back nicely today. so it could be giving us a solid entry point. let's first talk with scott wine, who was very bullish the last time he was on. what a good way to play it. he is the ceo of polaris. mr. wine, welcome back to "mad money." >> jim, thanks for having me ba
time. they appear to be accelerating. the firm downgrading hasbro to sell from neutral saying, among other things, that it's down over 3% on the day. >> there's a sadness to this conflict. this sector is declining, kids are turning to video games. like the call. >> so 3 for 3. you'll agree with qualifications on each one of those. >> yes. >> jimmy, good to have you back. we'll see more of you in a little bit. >>> gold prices getting ready to close. we'll go to the nymex for the final trades. >>> what the dow 30 are saying about the rally. >>> and three key stocks in the nasdaq, dow and s&p you may want to own. price earnings ratios under 20. aetna, wellpoint, cvx, northrup grumman and discover financial.o ! [ male announcer ] it made a big splash with the employees. [ duck yelling ] [ male announcer ] find out more at... [ duck ] aflac! [ male announcer ] ...forbusiness.com. ♪ ha ha! a . >>> welcome back to "power lunch." i'm sharon epperson at nymex where gold prices are closing right now, down more than $20 below $1,740 an ounce. right now it looks like it is going to be around $
we'll be hearing from cat pill what are, freeport, hasbro. after the bell, texas instruments and yahoo! among many others. as of friday, earnings for the s&p 500 were expected to be off. 1.8% for the quarter. earnings news maker is caterpillar ceo, joining us at 8:00 eastern time. joe mentioned the markets and friday's tough finish to stocks. the dow dropping more than 200 points during the session. but the major indexes did hold on to small gains for the week. and check out the calendar. two day fmoc meeting beginning tomorrow. wednesday, new home sales. thursday, we get the weekly jobless claims, durable goods and pending home sales and friday consumer sentiment, so a huge week and it all wraps up with the first quarter read of third quarter gdp. that number will be watched closely. our squawk market master this hour is marc faber. he'll be joining us onset in just a moment. in fact i think i see him making his way out now. also politics are on the agenda today, as well. we have the third and final presentation debate set for tonight in florida. that final 90 minute showdow
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, birch explains, was sold to parker brothers in 1966 and is owned by hasbro today. >> this was just marketing. this was a toy, entertainment. the people who made this did not believe in the sense that this was contacting spirits. they just knew people loved to play. >> reporter: they knew they could sell something. and sell they have. tens of millions of them. >> a lot of adolescents and kids love the whel idea of playing with the ouija board. i mean, they made a pink ouija board for girls. >> reporter: the ouija board box, says chip coffee, might pose the biggest question. >> i know that there are those people out there going no, no, no, no, we don't want to use the ouija board. we will not have one in our home. not afraid of it. i just know that you've got to use it responsibly. >> osgood: next, the many faces of actor christopher walken. that we'll need to improve student learning in every classroom. so we can stay 47th... or we can choose proposition 38. i'm voting yes on 38... ♪ >> it's sunday morning on cbs and here again is charles osgood. >> osgood: that's christopher walk
, on the s&p. we'll see how some of of these stocks have that reported decent quarters are punished. hasbro coming in in line, also down 2.5%. girls' toys revenue up 2%, boys' toys revenues down 7%. >> vf corp sneaking back ever so slightly versus being slammed in the early market. the toy story is very interesting. this is was an unimportant quarter and yet everyone is making such huge decisions on it. i think mattel is the winner between hazmat -- >> did you see "the times'" coverage on which is peek and drilling and the jeffrey's chair -- >> i think one of the things in june, between june 23 rd and june 26th last year the new york times ran a series saying there was going to be a shortage in natural gas. aubrey mcclenen was pumping up his reserves. now, what, 15 months later, there's going to be a glut and aubrey is overstated -- understating his reserves. listen, "the times" called the bottom last year. "the times" calling the bottom again. i want to buy nat gas. i really feel the nat gas -- look at the charts. >> there's been a significant rally here. that's one of the reasons peabody
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